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"These are just incredible. I always make them for my BIL's prime rib, and today I'm making them with Hot and Sweet Pork Tenderloin, along with roasted carrots."
Dec 19, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"By the way, it's pronounced broo-SKET-a, not broo-shetta.Thanks for the classic recipe. We only make this when we can walk outside and pick the tomatoes fresh. When you're using garden tomatoes, any kind will do with just salt and pepper. Also, after you grill the bread, rub a piece of garlic on it, rather than adding the garlic to the tomatoe..."
Feb 17, 2009 on Food.com
"With a quart of milk and a dozen eggs, this recipe needs way more than 12 cups of flour -- more like 24."
Mar 19, 2008 on Food.com
"Okay, I admit that I hate when people rate the recipes after they change them. But I followed this recipe exactly as written, except I substituted pork tenderloin cut into 10 chunks for the chicken, It was great the first day with rice, and the second day I wrapped the meat in tortillas and added chipotle cheddar cheese for a wonderful dinner."
Jan 22, 2008 on Food.com
"I made these with one ounce of cookie dough in each of the cups of a disposable muffin pain (not miniature, lined with fluted paper liners, which made them easy to remove and serve. I baked them for the time noted on the package. I tried a roll of peanut butter cookie dough and choc chip cookie dough. Both came out well and got rave reviews."
Dec 16, 2007 on Food.com
"I used to have one of these every week at the Black Angus in Oakland (in the '70s This is the exact things, except there's too much sauce for a single sandwich. Increase the turkey, abcon, and bread, and you can make 8."
Oct 11, 2007 on Food.com
"This is a fabulous recipe -- but the walnuts are not optional! They are what makes this recipe different and special. Also, I put the whole business in a food processor and make a smooth soup. Garnish with a little chopped chive, dill, cucumber, or tomato. Fabulous."
Aug 28, 2006 on Food.com